How to Draw Dinosaurs' Tracks

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Dinosaur tracks change depending on the type of dinosaur in question. Draw dinosaur tracks with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey, what's up? I'm Chris, and today we're going to be learning how to draw Dinosaur tracks. Let's begin. First thing we're going to do isl, we're going to start from the bottom of the foot, and we're going to come around, we're going to come out and we're going to draw the first print, and we're going to come up and we're going to draw th second one, and we're going to come out and we're going to do the third one, there. Take this line off. Do not be afraid to make a mistake. Because you can always correct it. Then the second one, we'll start the same thing, from the bottom, come around, come up, then come up and do the second toe. And there's a little point and make third toe. And what we'll do is, to show you they're dinosaur tracks, we'll do the same thing but we'll make them smaller. Why you ask. It's to give the effect that they're coming up while you're looking at them from a distance as you see them. So, we're doing the same thing, smaller. And we'll do one more set and those will be there. And it's the same thing like three toes, and a little point for the toenails. So forth and so on. So, it gives the effect that the dinosaur's walking this way, progressing. And there you have it. I'm Chris and this is how you draw dinosaur tracks.


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